The Bombardier Learjet 45 is a light jet which was delivered between 1998 and 2008.
Currently, there are 247 Learjet 45 in active service around the world.
The Bombardier Learjet 45 is able to be configured with space for up to 8 passengers. However, most aircraft are configured with far less seating capacity. Maximum baggage capacity stands at 65 cubic feet.
The Learjet 45 is capable of cruising at up to 460 knots, with a maximum range of 1420 nautical miles (1634.1076 miles / 2629.84 km).
The maximum cruising altitude of the Learjet 45 comes in at 51000 feet. When in the cruise, the Bombardier Learjet 45has an average hourly fuel burn of 198 Gallons per Hour (GPH).
Powered by Honeywell TFE731-20AR engines, each engine is able to output up to 3500 lbs of thrust. This, therefore, results in a total thrust output of 7000.
Consequently, the Bombardier Learjet 45 has a minimum take off distance of 4400 and a minimum landing distance of 2440.
In terms of chartering, the estimated average hourly charter price for the Learjet 45 is $3500.
Additionally, at the time of manufacture, the Bombardier Learjet 45 had a list price of $10 million.